RAPPER Bryson Gray’s song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ has overtaken Adele’s new single in the charts, despite the anti-Biden song music video being banned on Youtube.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Who is Bryson Gray?
Bryson Gray is a Christian Conservative Artist, producer and personality.
He is 30-years-old from High Point, North Carolina.
He currently is living in Greensboro, NC.
He identifies himself as the “most censored rapper in America.”
Bryson has made it very clear that he was a strong Trump supporter.
In the second verse of a song he’d recorded, called ‘Pro Life Pro God Pro Trump,’ he talks about how he went from supporting Obama to Bernie to Trump.
The lyrics read:
“Trump 2020 that’s big facts
No I can’t vote for no Democrat
Used to be a liberal but I switched that
Pull up to yo hood in my big hat”
In September 2019, Gray attended a Trump rally in Fayetteville, wearing his giant MAGA hat.
A day later, Trump posted on Instagram, “Thank you, Bryson!” and shared a clip of Gray being interviewed.
It was viewed two and a half million times.
Gray signed up to become a Turning Point USA ambassador and then changed his Twitter profile picture to one of him in the foam hat.
What is Let's Go Brandon about?
Bryson’s new song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’, is said to be an anti President Joe Biden song.
The song takes shots at Biden regarding his chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal, cognitive ability, and handling of the coronavirus.
The rap even contains audio from Biden, and features lyrics like “pandemic ain’t real,”.
Gray’s song’s title draws inspiration from the “F*ck Joe Biden” chant at the NASCAR race won by Brandon Brown early October (2021), which aired on NBC.
An NBC reporter at the event said she heard “Let’s go Brandon,” after Brown’s victory.
However, it was later pointed out that the audience actually chanted “F*ck Joe Biden.”
The rapper announced on Twitter Thursday (October 21) that his music was removed from YouTube due to "medical misinformation."
“YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information,’ Gray posted on Twitter. "What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa."
Gray’s single has held the top spot and even knocked Adele off the top of iTunes Chart.
He believes the Youtube ban is why the song has become so popular.
In an interview with The Post, the artist said that the current guidelines of social media are against conservatism.
He added that cancel culture is of “no use” and works only on those “who are scared”.
What other songs has Bryson Gray released?
Bryson has released five albums this year.
His most popular top 10 songs include: